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Upper divisional BSN programs

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by Tigger100S Tigger100S (Member) Member

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Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone knew of any programs that are upper-divisonal BSN? By this I mean you complete 60some pre-req credits at another school, and then you transfer after your sophmore year and do your clnicals and other upper-div. nursing courses (patho, Pharmo, etc.) there. I know that Thomas Jefferson U and John Hopkins both have a program like this, anyone aware of any others?

Thanks!

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memphispanda is a RN and specializes in Med-Surg.

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Can't you do that at most Universities? I would think that almost all BSN programs would accept transfers. I know that here, University of Memphis takes transfers, but they do have one or two non-nursing classes they will not accept transfer credit for.

Carol

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llg has 42 years experience as a PhD, RN and specializes in Nursing Professional Development.

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University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock was like that a few years ago. I'm not sure about now.

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Temple University in Philly is like that.

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Kennesaw State University and Georgia State University -- both in the atlanta area.

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You're right about Johns Hopkins. Also University of Maryland, Baltimore City. Those are two of the BSN programs I'll be applying to.

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UAMS in Little Rock still has a BSN completion program. They also have an articulated RN to MSN degree.

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Most colleges here allow you to tramsfer if from an ADN program to finish up. Many, make it easy for ADN nurses to get back into school.

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Thanks everyone for replies. I am not looking to be a transfer student, I am looking for particular programs that are composed only of college students who are juniors and have done certain pre-reqs at the school of their choice. I am in a BSN program.

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Rutgers is a upper level BSN program. They have 3 locations and it is very afordable. The professors are great and really enjoy being there. I am very happy with the program and would recommend it to anyone! Any questions just ask.

-kevin

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